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JOY INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE A CO-EDUCATIONAL BOARDING INSTITUTION KM. 12, KADUNA-ABUJA EXPRESS WAY P.O.BOX 4045, KADUNA.

SECOND TERM EXAM SUBJECT; INTRODUCTORY TECHNOLOGY CLASS; JSS 2 1. The transistor shown below is called DATE; APRIL, 2011 TIME; 2HOURS 11. Which of the following makes use of semiconductor device? A. Capacitor B. Cell C. Resistor D. Transistor 12. The electrical appliances listed below use nichrome element, except A. bulb B. cooker C. heater D. Iron

A. NNP B. NPN C. NPP D. PNP 2. The portion of wood cut from the trunk or large branch of a tree is called A. battern B. lath C. Log D. Strip 3. The flow of electrons from the cathode through the external circuit is known as the ---Current A. anode B. cathode C. collector D. emitter
4. A form of energy which exists either as energy of motion or energy by virtue of position is A. chemical B. kinetic C. potential D. mechanical 5. Calculate the percentage moisture content of a sample of wood that weighs 80grams and 50grams after drying A. 30% B. 37.5% C. 60% D. 62.5% 6. In the electrical distribution by PHCN, houses are supplied with ___________ current system A. alternating B. anode C. cathode D. direct 7. The violent flow of water is referred to as _____ flow A. laminar B. straight C. strong D. turbulent 8. Which of the following is stored in a silo? A. cassava B. grains C. groundnut D. yams 9. Protein adhesives are also generally called ______ glues A. natural B. animal C. scotch D. hide 10. Which of the following is NOT a means of generating air? A. bellow B. fan C. mouth D. trumpet

13. The graph above represents A. alternating current B. direct current C. reversing switch D. frequency 14. The electro -------- system is the basic working principle of a refrigerator in converting electrical energy to mechanical energy A. conductional B. inductional C. magnetic D. mechanical 15. Which of the following is NOT an appliance used for the conversion of electrical energy to heat energy? A. electrical cooker B. electric iron C. electric fan D. electric kettle 16. At what frequency does the PHCN commonly transmit? A. 50Hz B. 100Hz C. 150Hz D. 200Hz 17. Which of the following is the Mathematical representation of Ohms law? A. V = I/R B. V = R/I C. V=IR D. V=R/T 18. Dimension lines end with A. arrow heads B. thick lines C. thin lines D. zig-zag 19. Sources of water supply are broadly classified into ______ and ______________ A. lakes, sea B. natural, artificial C. rain, spring D. reservoir, well

20. The process by which food is heated to destroy microorganisms in it is referred to as A. Canning B. Freezing C. Pasteurization D. Thowing 21. A. p.d. of 12volts is applied to a lamp of 60ohms resistance. What current will flow in the circuit? A. 1A B. 2A C. 3A D. 0.1A 22. A transformer that has its secondary winding greater than the primary windings is called A. automatic B. run down C. step up D. step down 23. The instrument used in measuring the value of current in an electrical circuit is A. ammeter B. ohmmeter C. voltmeter D. wattmeter 24. The repair work carried out when an equipment has broken down is called --------- maintenance A. corrective B. periodic C. preventive D. routine 25. Electronic signal travels from broadcasting house to the radio set in our houses through A. electricity boardwires B. electromagnetic waves C. telephone lines D. waves waves 26. Which of the following components limits the flow of current? A. capacitor B. inductor C. resistor D. diode 27. Which professional designs and construct efficient water supply scheme for a community? A. Architect B. Marine Engineer C. Plumber D. Water Engineer 28. The device which automatically controls temperature in an electrical appliance is called A. adapter B. capacitor C. resistor D. thermometer 29. A current of 3A flows in a circuit when a p.d. of 120v is applied to it. Determine the resistance A. 40 B. 117 C. 123 D. 240

A. head of tank B. head of water C. tank location D. water seal 33. The device that changes the gas in a refrigerator to liquid state is A. condenser B. compressor C. evaporator D. thermostat 34. Metal finishing is necessary for the following reasons EXCEPT A. form protective coating B. prevent rusting C. make the material wear easily D. make the material look nice as a finished product 35. The process of applying powdered glass by heat to metal surface as decoration is A. buffing B. enamelling C. lacquering D. painting 36. Which of the following is NOT an element of radio communication? A. loudspeaker B. microphone C. receiver D. transformer 37. The regular servicing carried out on an equipment is known as _______________ maintenance A. corrective B. predictive C. preventive D. routine 38. The process of carrying electrical energy is bulk over a long distance is known as A. conductivity B. distribution C. generations D. transmission 39. Which of the following is not a function of a lubricant? A. Cooling of parts B. Cleaning of parts C. Increase heat D. Prevention of rust 40. An element which is not purely a conductor or an insulator is called a/an A. filament B. inductor C. semi conductor D. semi detector 41. The following are tools and materials used for soldering EXCEPT A. copper bit B. electrolyte C. file D. flux 42. Plastics that cannot be softened after setting are called A. thermoplastics B. thermosets C. polymer D. synthetic 43. The ability of oil to resist flow is its A. density B. fluidity C. viscosity D. gravity 44. Which of these method of maintenance is employed for polished table? A. Cleaning with soft duster B. Dusting properly

30. The following are methods of setting electrons free from the surface of a metallic electrode except --------- emission A. thermionic B. secondary C. free electron D. photo electron
31. The major difference between diode and a triode is the introduction of a/an A. anode B. cathode C. collector D. grid 32. The height of water level above the supply outlet in a tank is known as

C. Heating the surface

D. Washing with water 57. Which of the following tools is NOT a loosening and tightening tool? A. pincer B. pliers C. screw driver D. spanner 58. The refrigerator works on the principle of A. condensation B. distillation C. evaporation D. filtration 59. The electrical consumption in our homes is measured by PHCN in ________________ hours A. kilowatt B. mega watt C. microwatt D. milli watt 60. An electric device used for changing voltage from one value to another is known as A. Battery B. galvanometer C. generator D. transformer 61. A device used manually to open or close electric circuit is known as A. fuse B. relay C. starter D. switch 62. An element which is NOT purely a conductor or an insulator is called a/an A. filament B. inductor C. semi-conductor D. semi-detector 63. Angles are measured in A. centimeters C. grammes B. degrees D. meters

45. Which of the following types of maintenance is preventive? A. Balancing of tyres B. Buying a new car stereo C. Replacement of worn-out tyres D. Checking the engine oil level 46. Which of the following is not a method of maintaining a refrigerator? A. Put hot food inside B. Defrost once a week C. Keep door tightly closed D. Remove spoilt food 47. The process of joining two or more sheets of metal by means of an alloy is called_______________ A. forging B. folding C. soldering D. tempering 48. The blacksmith uses ------- to generate air flow A. air pump B. bellows C. fan D. valve 49. The repair work carried out to avoid total brake down of an equipment is called ____________ maintenance A. corrective B. periodic C. predictive D. preventive 50. Which of the following is NOT a main component of a refrigerator? A. condenser B. compressor C. force D. power 51. Transistors are made from ------- conductors A. good B. normal C. poor D. semi 52. Which of the following is used for lubricating rollers and bearings? A. Grease B. Kerosene C. Vaseline D. Water 53. Rear wings of aero planes are hingedwith ------ to make the flaps move up and down A. bars B. elevators C. hinges D. rubber

64. Nails are removed using A. pincers B. screw drivers C. scribers D. spanners 65. Bisection in Technical drawing means dividing into ______ equal parts A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 66. The process of reducing moisture content in wood is known as A. conversion B. debarking C. felling D. seasoning 67. Which of the following is a driving tool? A. centre punch B. chisel C. file D. hammer 68. Materials that break easily into pieces are said to be A. brittle B. conductive C. ductile D. elastic

54. Which of the following is NOT a lubricant?


A. Engine oil C. Grease B. Hydraulic fluid D. Water

55. Why is it necessary to lubricate moving parts in a motor vehicle? A. to increase friction B. reduce vibrator C. minimize friction D. makes the vehicle moves faster

56. The periodic servicing of machine part is known as


_______________ maintenance A. corrective B. predictive C. preventive D. routine

69. The way of keeping our environment clean is called _____________ A. sweeping B. weeding C. sanitation D. immunize 70. Which of the following is used to form external threads? A. punch B. stock and die C. tap D. screw drivers 71. The two main type of water flow are A. laminar and turbulent B. low and high B. shallow and deep D. straight and angular 72. The following are properties of metals EXCEPT A. compressivity B. density C. ductility D. fusibility

SECTION B- ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS

1.(a). Differentiate between high frequency and low frequency transmission of electricity. 3mks (b). Outline three (3) components of low frequency transmission system 3mks (c). If a wire of resistance 2.4 ohms is connected to a battery of p.d. 24volts. Calculate the value of the current drawn. 4mks 2. (a). List four (4) ways of generating air flow. 4mks (b). Give two (2) reasons why an aeroplane is stream lined in shape. 2mks (c). Mention the four (4) types of emission. 4mks 3. (a). Define soldering. 2mks (b). Mention two (2) methods of timber conversion (c). Define food preservation and give four (4) methods of preservation. 6mks

73. The capacity to do work defines the term A. Energy B. Force C. Labour D. Power 74. To make gears move together smoothly, we must A. apply lubricant B. file teeth C. provide more friction D. remove teeth 75. Sanitation involves all these except A. building of housing estate B. opening up drainage C. painting of houses D. removal of vehicles no longer in use 76. Which of the following processes is not carried out in a sheet metal project? A. Bending B. Cutting C. Forging D. Marking out 77. The following are types of metal finishing except A. Enamelling B. Waxing C. Tinning D. Lacquering 78. One of the following is not a class of adhesive? A. synthetic resin B. Protein C. Contact D. Preservat 79. Which of the following is not part of a twist drill? A. Core B. cutting tip C. Shank D. Tang 80. The treatment given to the surface of a metal to make it look nice is called

JOY INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE A CO-EDUCATIONAL BOARDING INSTITUTION KM. 12, KADUNA-ABUJA EXPRESS WAY P.O.BOX 4045, KADUNA.
SECOND TERM EXAM SUBJECT; INTRODUCTORY TECHNOLOGY (PRACTICAL) CLASS; JSS 2 DATE; APRIL, 2011 TIME; 11/4 HOURS

Use all necessary drawing instruments and materials. All dimensions are in millimeters (mm) Credit will be awarded for good draughtmanship

1. Draw the border line and the title block on your drawing sheet. Fill in the following information into the title block; i. Your Name, ii. School, iii. Class, iv. Date 2. Use free hand (without using instrument) to reproduce the instrument below

3. Construct a triangle PQR, using the following information; PQ = 70, QR = 75 and PR = 82. Hence, draw a circle to pass through points P, Q and R.